We last reported on BodyMaps when it was still in Beta, and it has now been officially released. In case you missed that post, BodyMaps is a flash-based interactive anatomic atlas. It is searchable via text or by just clicking on various parts of the body, a sort of Google Maps of human anatomy (incidentally, Google is working on Google Body, a similar project).
Designed primarily for consumer education, it is a collaborative effort of GE HealthyImagination and HealthLine networks, a consumer health-information company.
In addition to providing patients with the ability to learn more about their anatomy, the site is rife with links to videos about common maladies affecting the body part that is selected (and, of course, ads for products to fix what ails that organ). While the resolution isn’t the highest, it sure smells better than the gross anatomy lab!